Newton County has the distinction of being the last county created in the great State of Indiana. It is known for the Kentland crater, the site of a meteorite impact about two and a half miles east of the county seat, Kentland. The site is currently being worked as a quarry. Morocco, the second largest town in Newton County, was named after the North African country. Near Morocco is the Willow Slough Fish and Wildlife Area, which includes J.C. Murphy Lake, a popular site for water recreation.
Below are a list of trails and routes in Newton County.